Aerlines magazine is a free and non profit internet journal on air transport matters, with a broad target readership of both academic and business backgrounds. Among our readers are students, researchers and business professionals. The board, editors and contributors participate on a voluntary basis.
The magazine is published four times per year and distributed electronically to all subscribers. Articles published in Aerlines report rather on implications of research conducted instead of the research process itself. Popular topics include Airline & Airport Economics; Aviation Policymaking; Air Law; Aeropolitical Matters; Air Cargo; & Air Safety. Aerlines magazine also publishes books and essay bundles on these topics.
Aerlines magazine – The NetherlandsTel: +31 (0)6 48 92 40 69E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.aerlinesmagazine.com
Air Magazine (AQTA) is a business magazine focused on the aviation sector of Quebec. It is published quarterly under the auspices of l'Association Québécoise du Transport Aérien (AQTA) and discusses topics of interest from the Quebec air transport. Air Magazine is available for purchase at press stands and some 4,000 copies are distributed to industry, business, and government decision-makers.
Air Magazine (AQTA)Tel: +1 418-871-4635E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.aqta.ca/circulair_magazine.html
Air Transport News (ATN) is a new, but increasingly popular online source of air transport industry information. It includes air transport industry news, expert analysis, interviews with industry professionals, event announcements and book presentations. ATN makes the air transport industry news more accessible and provides a forum where industry experts, professionals and academics exchange views and engage in constructive discussions. Established in 2006, the ATN has over 6,000 subscribers, including airlines, airports, and industry suppliers. Its website is a popular web address, which airline professionals turn to in a search for the latest airline news.
Tel: +30-2-109510355Fax: +30-2-109581018E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.airtransportnews.aero
Civil Aviation Training - CAT is the world's leading aviation simulation and training magazine. With a circulation of over 15,945 copies, distributed all around the world, CAT provides a forum for pilots, cabin crew and maintainers throughout the civil airline training industry. Each issue of the magazine typically contains five or more major articles, reviewing the latest and best training technologies and methodologies, extended news and analysis, event reviews, an industry calendar and more. CAT has a unique regional and international focus and supports the global airline industry by providing comprehensive reporting of training challenges and effective training solutions. CAT Magazine is available free of charge to airline operators, aviation authorities and regulators.
Civil Aviation Training (CAT) MagazineTel: +44 (0)1252 532000E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.halldale.com/CAT.aspx
Just4Airlines.com is a growing online media company established in Malaysia with offices in both Malaysia and the UK. It provides web-based news and travel information and event management services to the world airline industry. The company draws on its founders' expertise acquired with industry leaders such as BOAC, British Airways, IATA, and Canadian Pacific. J4A popular newsletter reaches over 100,000 aviation professionals every week and has a comprehensive aviation industry event calendar.
Tel: +60 (0)3 5510 7063Fax: +60 (0) 3 5510 4249E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.just4airlines.com
The Global ACI - ICAO Airport Management Professional Accreditation Programme (AMPAP) seeks to develop a new generation of airport leaders in all functional areas of the airport business through adherence to the highest professional standards, effective sharing of best managerial practices in an interactive, cross cultural environment, while establishing a global network of contacts.
AMPAP is designed primarily for managers within a civil airport organization but courses of interest areavailable also to civil aviation authorities with responsibilities of airports. On completing the academic requirements, candidates are awarded the hallmark ACI‐ICAO International Airport Professional (IAP) designation.
AMPAPMontréal, CanadaTel: +1 514-396-9499Fax: +1 514-398-0202E-mail: info@IAP.aeroWebsite: www.iap.aero
Airports Council International (ACI) is the international association of the world’s airports with 575 members operating over 1,630 airports in 179 countries and territories. It is a non-profit organization, the prime purpose of which is to foster cooperation among its member airports and with other partners in world aviation, including organizations representing governments, airlines and aircraft manufacturers. Through this cooperation, ACI makes a significant contribution to providing the travelling public with an air transport system that is safe, secure, efficient and environmentally compatible.
ACI is the "voice of the world’s airports". It interacts with other world bodies, including the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA). ACI has observer status with ICAO and consultative status with the United Nations’ Economic and Social Council (UN/ECOSOC). ACI presents the collective positions of its membership, which are established through committees, endorsed by the ACI Governing Board and reflect the common interests of the airport community.
ACI World HeadquartersTel: +41.22 717 8585Fax: +41.22 717 8888E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.aci.aero
ASECNA - Agency for Air Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar. For 50 years, ASECNA has been providing all the services needed to ensure the safety of general air trafficinthe airspace of its 17 African and Malagasy Member States. The Organization has always been recognized by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and air transport users as a model of cooperative airspace management and one of the most venerable instruments of African integration.
ASECNA Direction Générale32-38, Avenue Jean JaurèsB.P. 3144 Dakar SénégalTel: +221 33 849 66 00Fax : +221 33 823 46 54E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.asecna.aero/
The Aviation Accreditation Board International was established on October 18, 1988, at the University Aviation Association (UAA) Annual Meeting in Dallas. It advances quality aviation education worldwide through accreditation and leadership.
AABIAuburn, AL USATel: +1 334 844-2431Fax: +1 334 844-2432E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.aabi.aero
The Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) is the global voice of the companies that provide air traffic control, and represents the interests of Air Navigation Service Providers worldwide. CANSO members are responsible for supporting over 80% of world air traffic, control around 70% of world airspace and through our work groups, members share information and develop new policies, with the ultimate aim of improving air navigation services on the ground and in the air. CANSO also represents its members' views in major regulatory and industry forums, including at ICAO, where it has official Observer status.
CANSO HQThe NetherlandsTel: +31 (0)23 568 5380Fax: +31 (0)23 568 5389Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.canso.org
CAMAQ is the nucleus bringing together the workers’ and employers’ representatives in the aerospace sector. More broadly, CAMAQ’s mission is to foster better collaboration between employers, workers, heads of educational organizations and government stakeholders involved in labour force training and planning in the aerospace and air transport industry.
CAMAQ5300, rue Chauveau, Montréal, Québec, Canada H1N 3V7Tel: +1 514-596-3311Fax: +1 514-596-3388E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.camaq.org
EUROCONTROL, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation, is an intergovernmental organisation made up of 38 Member States and the European Community and has as its primary objective the development of a seamless, pan-European air traffic management (ATM) system.
Originally founded in 1960 as a civil-military Organisation to deal with air traffic control for civil and military users in the upper airspace of its six founding European Member States (Belgium, Germany, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom), EUROCONTROL has developed into a vital European repository of ATM excellence, both leading and supporting ATM improvements across Europe.
Today, together with its partners, EUROCONTROL is committed to building a Single European Sky that will deliver the ATM performance required for the twenty-first century and beyond.
EUROCONTROL HQBrussels, BelgiumTel: +32 2 729 51 51Fax: +32 2 729 9198E-Mail: Corporate.Events@eurocontrol.intWebsite: www.eurocontrol.int
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is the centrepiece of the EU’s strategy for aviation safety. EASA promotes the highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation in Europe and worldwide. The main tasks of the Agency currently include: expert advice to the EU for drafting new legislation; implementing and monitoring safety rules, including inspections in the Member States; type-certification of aircraft and components, as well as the approval of organisations involved in the design, manufacture and maintenance of aeronautical products; coordination of the EC programme SAFA regarding the safety of foreign aircraft using EU airports; data collection, analysis and research to improve aviation safety. The Agency is based in Cologne and employs some 500 professionals from across Europe.
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)Cologne, GermanyTel: +49 89990 0000Fax: +49 8999 09999E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.easa.europa.eu
Flight Safety Foundation was formed in 1947 to pursue the continuous improvement of global aviation safety. The Foundation meets this objective through research, auditing, education, advocacy and publishing.
As an independent, impartial and nonprofit international membership organization, the Foundation is ina unique position to identify global safety issues, set priorities and serve as a catalyst to address the issues. The Foundation’s effectiveness in bridging cultural and political differences in the common cause of safety has earned worldwide respect.
Today, membership includes more than 1,200 organizations and individuals in 150 countries. The Foundation is based in Alexandria, Virginia, U.S., has a regional office in Melbourne, Australia, and is affiliated with associate organizations in Japan, Russia, Southeast Europe, Taiwan, China and West Africa.
Flight Safety FoundationTel: +1 703.739.6700, ext. 112Fax: +1 703.739.6708Website: www.flightsafety.org
Griffith University. Since opening its doors in 1975, Griffith University has come to be regarded as one of Australia's most innovative tertiary institutions and one of the most influential universities in the Asia-Pacific region.
Each of Griffith's five campuses, spanning Australia’s fastest growing corridor from Brisbane to the Gold Coast, has specific areas of teaching and research strength and works closely with its local community. With more than 36 000 students from 124 countries, Griffith is Australia’s ninth largest higher education provider.
Griffith UniversitySouth Brisbane, QLD, AustraliaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.griffith.edu.au/
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is its global trade organisation.
Over 60 years, IATA has developed the commercial standards that built a global industry. Today, IATA's mission is to represent, lead and serve the airline industry. Its members comprise some 230 airlines – the world's leading passenger and cargo airlines among them – representing 93 percent of scheduled international air traffic.
IATA HQMontreal, CanadaTel: +1 514 874 0202Fax: +1 514 874 9632Website: http://www.iata.org
The International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations (IFALPA) represents in excess of 120,000 pilots in more than 100 countries world-wide. The mission of IFALPA is to be the global voice of airline pilots, promoting the highest level of aviation safety and security world-wide and providing services, support and representation to all of its Member Associations.
IFALPA HQ – UKTel: +44 1932 571711Fax: +44 1932 570920E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.ifalpa.org
International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations (IFATCA) is the worldwide organisation representing more than fifty thousand air traffic controllers in 130 countries.
The Federation promote safety, efficiency, and regularity in international air navigation. It comprises Member Associations that are divided into four regions – Africa & Middle East, Americas, Asia & Pacific and Europe.
IFATCA enjoys a worldwide reputation amongst all partners in Air Traffic Management with representation inmany areas including ICAO and EUROCONTROL working groups.
IFATCAMontreal, CanadaTel: +1 514 866 7040Fax: +1 514 866 7612E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.ifatca.org
The International Federation Air Traffic Safety Electronics Associations (IFATSEA) ) represents more than 20,000 ATSEP (Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnel) worldwide. The prime objectives of IFATSEA are aviation safety, security and efficiency.
IFATSEA HQSt.Hubert, CanadaTel: +1-514-258-1165E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.ifatsea.org
JAA Training Organisation is a global organisation offering top quality training courses on European aviation safety rules and regulations to both authority and industry personnel. Its courses cover Joint Aviation Requirements (JARs) as well as Implementing Rules (IRs) issued under EC Regulation 1592/2003. By enhancing the understanding of aviation safety rules and regulations the Organisation aims to contribute to aviation safety as a whole.
The JAA TO runs scheduled training courses in Hoofddorp, Belgrade, Vienna, London Gatwick, Istanbul and Abu Dhabi. The Organisation works closely with renowned Business Partners worldwide and well-established European Universities. Its training course portfolio includes nearly 100 training courses in various fields of aviation safety. To date JAA TO have trained professionals from nearly 1600 organisations worldwide, including all 44 ECAC CAAs and CAAs outside of Europe.
JAA Training OrganisationHoofddorp, The NetherlandsTel: (31) (0)23 56 79 795Fax: (31) (0)23 56 57 731E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.jaat.eu
The Québec Aerospace Association (AQA) mission is to actively support Québec aerospace SMEs for business development. To fulfill its mission, the AQA works on facilitating the relationships between SMEs and OEMs, creating networking and partnerships opportunities, promoting SMEs’ innovation and competitiveness, and increasing Québec SMEs’ presence and profile on global markets.
Québec Aerospace Association (AQA)Québec, CanadaTel: 514-596-2388, poste 23E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.aqa.ca
UBIFRANCE. Under the supervision of the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Employment, UBIFRANCE, the French Agency for international business development is a key force in the public program for export support. In connection with the trade commissions, UBIFRANCE offers French firms a complete range of products and services to support them in their development on foreign markets: information, consulting and market supervision products for planning their international development strategies; promotion operations to favour partnerships with foreign companies.
UBIFRANCE77 Boulevard Saint-Jacques75998 Paris cedex 14FranceTel: +33 1 40 73 30 00Website: www.ubifrance.fr
For more information please contact:Mihail PeytchevPhone: +1 514-954-8219, extension 7763Fax: +1 514-954-6769E-mail: MPeytchev@icao.int